Beginning on Jan.16 through Feb.4, NYC & Company’s Broadway Week will return for it's eight year.
Nineteen shows are participating in Broadway Week, in which two tickets go for the price of one.
The participating shows are “A Bronx Tale,” ″Aladdin,” ″Anastasia,” ″Beautiful — The Carole King Musical,” ″Chicago,” ″The Children,” ″Farinelli and the King,” ″Hello, Dolly!” ″John Lithgow: Stories by Heart,” ″Kinky Boots,” ″Latin History for Morons,” ″The Lion King,” ″Once on This Island,” ″The Parisian Woman,” ″The Phantom of the Opera,” ″The Play That Goes Wrong,” ″School of Rock,” ″SpongeBob SquarePants” and “Wicked.”
Seven of the 19 shows participating in this year’s promotion are new to Broadway Week.
“With the variety of shows currently on Broadway, including long-running favorites, outstanding revivals, and brand-new productions that will delight family members of every age, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy,” commented Charlotte St. Martin, president of the Broadway League, in a statement. “We are proud to partner with NYC & Company on NYC Broadway Week, and we look forward to welcoming patrons this winter to experience one of the best destinations in all of New York City—Broadway.”
Launched in 2011, Broadway Week was designed to increase ticket sales during typically slower periods of attendance during the winter and fall seasons.
More information can be found at nycgo.com/broadwayweek.